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Thursday, March 18, 2021

 Mayor Tom Barrett endorsment of 

Judge Brett Blomme

to Governor Tony Evers

As Looney Tunes would say,
That's all Folks !

Thursday, December 25, 2014

                 STOP "Cop Hunting" NOW!  

          From Politico Magazine, by Michael Bell

    The shooting deaths of two police officers in New York City by an African-American man apparently bent on revenge is a tragedy of the system. As we can see both from the protests against police nationwide in the aftermath of Ferguson, Missouri, and in the vicious phenomenon of “cop hunting’’—revenge-style shootings like the one in Brooklyn last week, and perhaps in Tarpon Springs, Florida, on Sunday—the system is broken, and the reason is a breakdown in trust.

This issue is not going away anytime soon. The problems of police accountability—of keeping our streets safe, but in a responsible way so that the public regains its faith in “the thin blue line”—are fundamental and will take years to fix. They are comparable, in fact, to the kind of safety problems that the aviation industry once suffered. And as in aviation, they are problems that can be fixed. I should know. I spent 22 years flying jets for the United States Air Force. And sadly, I also lost a son to a police shooting 10 years ago. So I’ve studied both problems for some time.

Let me explain how they compare. Three-quarters of a century ago, when the aviation industry was in its infancy, it was a chaotic mess. When a loss of life occurred, there was no organized system of investigation, and very little accountability. Authorities tried to decipher the state of affairs leading up to a crash but many times found it impossible to pinpoint the cause without knowing all the circumstances that were in play. This need to know led to the development of such investigative tools as the flight data recorder (known popularly as the “black box”), voice recorders and other such technology. Their eventual implementation began during the mid-1950s. Interestingly, there wasn’t the knowledge of a pilot’s physiology as there is today. When a modern crash occurs, surviving pilots are required to submit to a blood test and the bodies of deceased pilots are autopsied. During the early 1960s, pilots weren’t too keen about giving a blood sample, just as many police today aren’t happy about the idea of body cameras. Pilots believed they were entitled to protection against self-incrimination and to their privacy. They saw no harm in drinking a bit of alcohol or taking pain-relief medication before flying. Yet these pilots, tired of watching their colleagues die and wanting to help the industry become safer, allowed for some privacy intrusions in the interest of prevention. They accepted early on that the industry was not trying to punish them; it was only trying to fix or prevent.

When police shoot and kill civilians, investigators regularly take physical data from the deceased, but rarely from the officer. Police officers are human and are subject to the same chemical effects on performance and judgment as anyone else.
Today, a similar awakening must occur within our police departments. To regain public trust, police must allow a minor intrusion of their privacy and demonstrate to the public that the officer was in a clear frame of mind when a life was taken. Alcohol, mood-altering drugs or steroids must not be permitted to affect an officer’s judgment or performance.

We pilots know full well that we share much in common with our law-enforcement brethren. High speed and unpredictable and deadly consequences exist in our lives each day. We both try to protect people from harm, yet the numbers of yearly aviation deaths and plane crashes have been dropping for decades, while police-related deaths, when examined through independent tracking sources, appear to be increasing at an alarming rate.

When it comes to accidental homicides by police, the current system of investigation parallels that of the aviation industry decades ago. The deaths of Tamir Rice, Amadou Diallo, Douglas Zirby and my son Michael Bell (to name just a few) are what are known as “mistake-of-fact” deaths, which today comprise roughly 25 percent of police-related deaths. This is unacceptable. If that percentage of mishap were applied to air travel, nobody would ever leave terra firma.

The Obama administration’s $75 million investment in 50,000 police body cameras is a very good start. The early version of the body camera—the dashboard camera—has proved useful in documenting police interactions and factors at the time of an incident, but police officers weren’t initially too keen on that idea either. Yet many came to accept “dash cams” as beneficial to police, and generations of new recruits have just accepted them as a standard feature of the job. Like a jetliner’s flight data recorder, “body cams” will improve the recording of data relating to a police-involved death but, by themselves, will not drive the systemic change in culture our country seeks. A systemic change to save lives will occur only when all collected data and their subsequent review mirror the methods developed in the aviation industry.

An example of these methods is the National Transportation Safety Board’s “go team." This team of multidisciplinary experts, placed on 24-hour standby, reacts quickly and meticulously on all crash site debris. Their structured process—simply stated, an extensive checklist—leaves no stone unturned. Every item, even if the team feels that it may not be a contributing factor, is still looked at in full detail to eliminate it as a cause.

Success leaves clues, and it’s time to understand why one profession is succeeding in preventing work-related deaths and the other isn’t. In my professional judgment, there are six essential elements of a competent airline crash-investigation system: (1) recording and capturing data in a timely manner; (2) having investigations conducted externally to the pilots and airlines involved; (3) having an independent review of the investigation findings; (4) holding pilots and airlines accountable for errors made; (5) maintaining a national database of crash data; and (6) transparently reporting investigation findings, conclusions and consequences.

The United States Air Force learned early on that pilots who shared combat moments together should not investigate a friend or co-worker’s mishap. They would be tempted to ask, “How could you find me at fault? We defeated the enemy together, our wives are best friends, and little Bobby and Kevin’s birthdays are on the same day.” These internal organizational reviews introduced the natural bias of friendship and camaraderie and produced flawed conclusions. Thus, mishap and safety investigation teams were formed, allowing for external professional investigation of a crash.

Currently, most police departments conduct internal organizational reviews under the control of the department’s chief. In the case of my own son’s death at the hands of a policeman in Kenosha, Wisconsin, who shot him in the head, several of the officer’s co-workers determined in just 48 hours that the officer’s actions were justified. Moreover, they absolved the department of any responsibility by concluding that training issues did not contribute to the death. In essence they said, “We investigated ourselves and found we did nothing wrong.”

Six years ago, US Airways Flight 1549 made its now-famous “splash landing” in the Hudson River. The incident made heroes of the cockpit crew, Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III and First Officer Jeffrey Skiles. They brought the Airbus A319 to a safe landing after the jet lost both engines due to bird strikes just after takeoff. Yet “Sully” and Skiles weren’t absolved of responsibility until they were cleared by the National Transportation Safety Board. Even though no one died in the nearly miraculous landing, a federal safety panel issued more than two dozen safety recommendations related to the airliner landing on the Hudson. I cannot find one objection to the NTSB’s ruling of the incident. Why? Because recommendations handed down by the NTSB are trusted due to safeguards against bias that are built into the system.

External investigation results must be reviewed by an independent board to determine cause and attribute responsibility. Today, only the five presidentially appointed board members of the NTSB determine probable cause developed through the investigative efforts.

For the past decade, since my son’s death, I and many others worked for the passage of a new law in Wisconsin that requires departments to bring in outside investigators to investigate a police-related death. Even though nationwide we have seen some cities and counties order external investigations of police-related deaths, Wisconsin Act 348 was our nation’s first statewide mandate of them. I hope there will be more.

Another thing that became clear to me after my son’s death was that the district attorney’s role is to provide cover for the police, and the police's role is to ensure that the district attorney remains in office. Any misstep in that relationship affects the DA’s electability. It’s not that DAs don’t have ethics, but DAs and police share “combat moments” together. As demonstrated by the protests that are occurring nationwide in the wake of the police killings of Michael Brown in Missouri and Eric Garner in New York, the perception of flawed and biased reviews have come back to haunt the system.

There is merit in having members of any profession review one another’s work. Their work entails difficult discretionary decision-making, and only those similarly schooled and practiced in that decision-making can properly judge its exercise by others.
Police “professionals” need to review “law enforcement” from a distance. Reviewers must be skilled in and knowledgeable about policing, but they must not have an institutional or personal stake (i.e., a lost promotion opportunity) in the process. Recently retired police chiefs or sheriffs, criminal justice or law professors, police trainers, former prosecutors or judges provide the right balance between professional familiarity and independence to review incidents of police-related deaths of a civilian.

Just as we won’t allow an airline company to pick and choose who will be on the NTSB, we shouldn’t allow a police department to pick who sits on its review panel. A high-ranking elected official, who does not directly oversee the agency being reviewed, must appoint the members of this independent review panel.
In a promising draft of Wisconsin’s law, the chief judge of each Wisconsin judicial district was designated to appoint the review panel. A trusted review body in an officer-involved shooting is just what the police profession needs and, hopefully, Wisconsin legislators will revisit independent review and mandate this feature soon.

Another dimension of accountability is personal responsibility. One aviation mishap can improve aviation safety forever, because the aviation industry reviews each incident and takes steps to prevent similar future incidents. Imagine the uproar if passengers were killed by poorly trained, drunk or irresponsible pilots who simply got a new job after they’d botched the previous one. The aviation industry holds responsible those people who have demonstrated irresponsible behavior. Military pilots go before a Flight Evaluation Board, and the Federal Aviation Administration can and, most importantly, will suspend a pilot’s license, require additional training or fine the airline company. One at-fault accident and your chances of being hired by another national carrier are close to zero.

Yet, as in the case of Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy who was shot dead in Cleveland, the officer involved had a documented history of “dismal” performance. Typically, dismal performers tend to move from one police department to another after a firing.
Which leads us to another needed change: a national database of police-related shootings and deaths. In aviation investigations, once the cause is determined, that information is distributed throughout the profession to reduce the chance of it happening again. Since 1962, the NTSB aviation accident database has stored data on all civil aviation accidents and selected incidents within its jurisdiction.

Generally, a preliminary report is available online within a few days of an accident. Factual information is added when available, and when the investigation is completed, the preliminary report is replaced with a final description of the accident and its cause. As an instructor pilot, I spent many hours studying aircraft mishaps to teach new pilots what killed others and how to avoid their mistakes. Yet there is no national database on police-related deaths. We know that in 2013, our nation lost 23 percent of its honeybee population, and we have an accurate estimate of how many rats are in New York City, but we don’t have a public accounting of how many times a police officer killed a civilian, whether justified or not. In other words, this lack of data is intentional, and it’s almost as if mistrust was built into the system right from the start. States can legislate solutions, but only after we are aware of the trends.

In aviation, there is also an established system for whistle-blowers. Got a problem and don’t want to ruin your career by reporting on your company or flight squadron? The Aviation Safety Reporting System is a nonpunitive program for anonymously reporting unsafe activities. The ASRS program is operated by NASA, which collects and analyzes reports, then forwards findings to the FAA. This ensures no pilot or mechanic is identified by the FAA and subjected to retribution by employers or colleagues.

Police need to develop an equivalent system, thus allowing any officer to report on safety and ethics concerns without fear of retribution. One needs only to look at the turmoil that NYPD Detective Frank Serpico experienced when he tried to report graft to his superiors—even today, 40-odd years later, he is resented by New York City police—to understand how important this feature would be to the police profession.

Today, most people take the safety and reliability of flying for granted. That didn’t happen by accident, if you’ll pardon the phrase. It took decades of hard work and trial and error. It appears that substantial portions of the U.S. public cannot say the same about the police. Slowly, but with an increasing sense of urgency, police departments are coming to see that they must have more transparency and accountability if they are to earn back the public’s trust. The history of aviation points to a way forward.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

and the…
Prodromal Period
Of Infectious Diseases………

The prodromal period is the course 
of infection categorized by stages.

This is the time between entrance of the pathogen into the body and the appearance of first symptoms.

Prodromal Stage;
This is the time when nonspecific symptoms start appearing such as fatigue, low grade fever, malaise, and before the symptoms become more specific, such as high fever, vomiting, blisters, rashes, open sores, ect.
This is a very infectious/contagious time in many disease cycles. During this stage, pathogens grow and multiply rapidly and the victim may be highly capable of spreading the disease to others.

Illness Stage;
Symptoms specific to the type of infection are manifested in and on the diseased victim.
ie. The common cold symptoms of runny nose, sinus congestion, low grade fever.

Recovery/Convalescence stage;
During this time is when the symptoms disappear.
Recovery time varies with disease, the response to treatment and/or the general health of the victim. Recovery times may be a few days to several months, with some diseases never to fully recover.

You may find more information in 
“Potters” Fundamentals of Nursing.

Here is what you probably didn’t know;
Many viruses like chicken pox and measles are highly contagious during the prodromal stage, which means the victims are not showing specific signs of a disease, but the disease is highly contagious. Many in the medical field also believe this to be true for the Ebola virus.

So you may ask why I am writing about this.
The answer is simple. Knowledge is power.
You need to know the basics to protect yourself.

Many of our government offices are run by incompetent, pompous asses.
Many other government offices are run by liars, and a few are run by evil / diabolical tyrants.

The U.S. government under the direction of the CDC has a patent on the virus Ebola.

Patent?   YES !  Patent  #  CA2741523A1
Hyperlink the following;  CA2741523A1.

Sounds nefarious, so remain vigilant.
I leave you with following hyperlinks;

Learn History !
History teaches you the future.

And a reminder for the future, when someone from the government offers you ebola cola, politely refuse it and…….


Monday, October 20, 2014


Murder in Milwaukee
IS Murder in Milwaukee   
condoned by the D.A.’s office?
It appears so!

The way we see it,
1 shot may be self defense, 14 shots is execution !

Chisholm’s silence on Dontre Hamilton being shot is failed leadership, abuse of discretionary powers and incompetence!

The diseased Johnny “Holmes”
Chisholm by his inability to make a timely decision has condoned another death in Milwaukee.

Chisholm’s performance as a D.A. is like watching the movie Caine Mutiny.

Chisholm is paralyzed in office, unwilling and unable to make rational, sound, and timely decisions.
In the movie Caine Mutiny, Phillip Queed (Humphrey Bogart) clicks and rolls a pair of steel balls in his hand while under stress, unable to make a rational decision.

Chisholm doesn't play with steel balls that we are aware of,
but he apparently has mental issues like the character Phillip Queed, we just don't know whose balls Johnny is playing with.

Another movie parallel involves the missing strawberries where Queed goes to absurd lengths to hunt down the culprit. 
Does this sound familiar to the John Doe probes that Chisholm's office has spent thousands of man hours pursuing, rather than pursuing career criminals?

Chisholm cannot prioritized his office duties to properly serve the public. 
Nor can Chisholm even make timely decisions to save his buddy Edward Flynn.

Below is a link to Wikipedia about the Caine Mutiny.

Dontre Hamilton was shot 14 times by an armed assailant.

Dontre Hamilton’s crime was sleeping in a public place.

For the crime of sleeping, he was awakened and provoked by an M.P.D. armed assailant and shot 14 times.

Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn fired the assailant for failing to follow police procedures.


Apparently Flynn thinks if you kill somebody that is acceptable, but if you don’t follow rules, you are fired.

Flynn should look in the mirror when it comes to following rules.
As Chief of Police in Milwaukee, Flynn has had a few sex tryst with married women leading to the women divorcing their spouses, including a rumored tryst with a MPD captain that also led to divorce.

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett continues to support the Chief of Police despite Flynn placing the taxpayers at possible financial exposure for his sexual antics.
Flynn is part of the problem why the esprit de corps of MPD is at an all time low.
MPD under Flynn has splintered into several distinct groups, including the pink mafia.

Flynn also has to bear the burden for the obvious lack of training that led to Dontre Hamilton being executed.

By Flynn’s own words, Flynn also has to be terminated for not following rules, if it is good for the goose, it is also good for the gander……..


Friday, October 3, 2014

The Chisholm Disease:
and the EBOLAS of Milwaukee

Milwaukee County District Attorney “Johnny Holmes” Chisholm is to Milwaukee as ebola is to the world.
           Dumb and Dumber?   Not!
                 More like Flim Flam and Con Man.
Chisholm and Flynn conspire against your rights to the point of DEATH!

The higher you rise in government, the bigger and more dangerous the lies become !

Read the following and learn the truth.

How many more deaths will be covered up by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s office?

How many more lies will be told in court by his staff?

A Milwaukee police officer shot an unarmed man (Dontre Hamilton) 14 times.

14 rounds shot into an unarmed man whose crime was sleeping in a park before being disturbed by an armed assailant ?

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what is really going on in the mind of the shooter.

To make matters worse, the Milwaukee Chief of Police ( Edward Flynn) defends the shooting of the unarmed man.

The only time when the D.A.'s office will probe deeper is when the public starts protesting and marching in the streets.

Is that what citizens must now do to achieve justice in Milwaukee?

D.A. Chisholm, you are pathetic! You and your cronies have abused your power by misdirected discretionary prosecution.

Chisholm has been a plague in Milwaukee since he became D.A.

Like ebola, the time to remove the “Chisholm Disease” is NOW before it spreads further !

Friday, March 21, 2014

Fred Kaz R.I.P.

The entertainment business knew him as the Great Kazoo.  I knew him as Fred.

Fred was an old time friend I had on my bucket list to visit a few times before he or I died.

During the 70’s and 80’s he traveled on his boat, the Baby Grand from Chicago to Washington Island.  We would share a drink or two in Jackson Harbor. Fish for salmon, tell sailor jokes and reminisce stories of our Great Lake experiences.

Fred grew up in Chicago, was a talented jazz pianist, playing at the Gate of Horn, jazz festivals and played with the likes of Duke Ellington.

Fred was one of the early stars at Second City theater in Chicago and retired in 1989.

Fred left Chicago and moved to California, living on board his motor yacht named Cadenza.

Fred lived on his boat with his wife Helen." I have birds, sea creatures and good air", Fred told a crowd at the California's Fanatic Salon.
During a 22 mile trip near Catalina Island Fred said " We saw several pods of dolphins, a humpback whale and a calf, two great white sharks, a huge ocean sunfish and a fin whale".

My sorrow of Fred dying is tempered with the
thought of him living a life most of us can only 
hope to aspire.

Fred’s life brought joy into the world, which is something only a few gifted achieve.

For Fred's 50 year tribute to Second City Theater, click below:

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Dial 911.... and Die ?

Yes, in Milwaukee that is a distinct possibility!

The Lies and Myths of Milwaukee Police Protection
Clean the scum in Milwaukee, remove the criminals from government. 

Ask Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett when armed with a cell phone and a 911 call how well that call protected him.

Ask how much Mayor Tom Barrett’s arrogance cost the Milwaukee taxpayers in medical bills

If you believe citizens don’t need firearms because the police will protect you from a crime, that belief is ignorant, false and dangerous.

The city of Milwaukee is documented in sworn court testimony providing firearms to known felons.  

The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office under the direction of John Chisholm condones the criminal acts of the Milwaukee Police department.

The Milwaukee Police Department cannot and do not protect you from most crime.

In fact, it is documented in sworn court testimony that the Milwaukee Police Department creates scenes to encourage people to commit crimes so they can arrest the entrapped citizen.  The Milwaukee Police Department commits a crime to get citizens to commit a crime.  The Milwaukee Police Department is not conducive to democracy.

Doesn't this scenario sound like the Nazi's of the thirties?  All true folks!

Folks, I am not making this shit up, this is directly from Milwaukee court records.

The Milwaukee Police Department owe no legal duty to protect you from attack.

When it comes to deterring crime and defending yourself against criminals, individuals can and should be responsible for themselves and their family.

Sheriff David Clarke asked Milwaukee citizens to get in the game for a reason.  Sheriff Clarke realizes that by the time 911 responders arrive it may be minutes or hours, you may already be wounded or dead by the time 911 help arrives.

The featured paramedic below understands the importance of being prepared to confront criminals.

Entrusting your life to Milwaukee police emergency 911 response means relying on a telephone as your defensive tool, the defense tool can be video.

What is on the phone video in the Jeremy Rossetto vs. Anmarie Miller, James Bell and Clarence Alls incident? 

Jeremy Rosetto didn't wait for 911 response.
Is he alive today because he armed himself ?

Anmarie Miller and James Bell are shot dead. Both Jeremy Rossetto and Clarence Alls are walking the streets, chances are one of them are a threat to society. The sad truth is the Milwaukee County D.A's office are too busy this week to determine which one should be in jail. 

John Chisholm is too busy making deals with the criminals like Michael Bond and Universal Allah, and too busy prosecuting citizens entrapped by the corrupt Milwaukee Police Department.  
Michael Bond

Multiple convicted drug dealer and Ex-confidential informant to numerous area police departments, narc, and perjurer.  Michael Bond is still slithering the Milwaukee streets and praising the Lord at Holy Redeemer Church.
Attorney’s say:

“You get what you negotiate”

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett got  an old fashioned ass whopping when he brought a cell phone to a crow bar fight.

Mayor Tom Barrett was unprepared on Mayor beating day and is unprepared to lead the city today.

Too often Milwaukee citizens:

 Dial 911…… and Die !

We found this data @ Jews for guns

 click links below for further info:

Monday, February 24, 2014

Why I quit ice fishing on the Bering Sea !

Remember, you are not alone out there

Sunday, February 23, 2014

The tales of the two:
Dean Newport

Anne Phillippi
Milwaukee detectives
well Illustrated !

Friday, February 21, 2014

An open letter to detective 
Dean Newport:

Is the thrill of your court victory today worth the value of your soul?

During testimony, did we understand you correctly when you said you had to create a crime scene to get Mr. Barrett to commit a crime so you could get a search warrant for his house?

Do you really believe that creating a crime scene for Mr. Barrett to entrap him saved the public from any threat ?

Is the city safer as a result of this conviction?

Is the silencer more dangerous to the Milwaukee public than the stolen ATF machinegun?

When the government makes a law to tattoo and chip the general population, are you going to tell me “it’s the law”?

We submit to you that you are an agent of an evil entity.

Mr. Newport,  we have known Mr. Barrett for a long time,  
the passive demeanor of Mr. Barrett’s character you witnessed in court is the same demeanor of Mr. Barrett everyday.

Mr. Barrett is a trusting man and a man of peace, that is why he was so easy to entrap. 
To error is human, and after raiding Mr. Barrett’s home,  realizing you found nothing to collaborate the allegations of Gierzak and Bond, you should have moved on to real threats to the public.

Instead, you and Megan Williamson prosecuted Mr. Barrett without negotiations.

We at MCC consider your state manufactured crime inconsistent with the interest of a free society.

We further believe that the prosecution of this crime is a crime in itself.

The public should not have to fear it's own government conspiring to entrap it's own citizens. 

There is no consistency,  rhyme or reason of the Milwaukee County District Attorney's actions other than party before country.

For the next several months we will be mining the transcripts.  

We have found this to be a most effective way to illuminate hidden truths. 

Mr. Newport, we invite you to tell Milwaukeean’s how your efforts in this case made Milwaukee safer.

We will provide all the blog space needed on this site for your reply. 

Awaiting your response.
The illusion and seduction of evil in Milwaukee

Most of us in Wisconsin years ago believed government operated with integrity and a spirit of public service.

Oh how things have changed in the last 40 years.

Today, few judges are worthy to be called honorable.

Few District attorneys or A.D.A’s are worthy to be referred to as honorable.

Few law enforcement officials are to be trusted.

We read of the evil within all branches of government throughout the country on a daily basis, including law enforcement.

Yet people walk around in Milwaukee with their eyes open and see nothing.

Milwaukeean’s listen without hearing.

The Milwaukee Police Department acts as an occupying army, engaged in manufacturing crime, creating scenes to get people to commit a crime.

As if there isn't already enough crime in Milwaukee.

You may ask, how does evil accomplish this task without realizing this is being done?

The forces of evil work hard to not alert you, keeping you sedated thru the elixir of comfort.

The forces of evil often use good people who are unwitting helpers, projecting a positive image of the evil entity, providing cover and smokescreens to its real agenda.

 The forces of evil are also very good at providing diversions when its acts or evil agenda are exposed.

Adversity woke me out of my slumber of believing most public servants were just that “ public servants”.

The forces of evil and "public serpents” has corrupted the “public servant “positions in many aspects of government.

 MCC will soon address some of the serpents in Milwaukee, illuminating the hidden truths that walk among us.

We leave you with our short list of current and past public servants who have served well, and in our mind deserve the respect and title:


Judge J.D. Watts
Former Judge Vince Bobot
D. A. Rich Chiapete
Police Chief Tim Zarzecki
Police Captain Brian Smith

Readers, we remind you evil flourishes where good people do nothing.

Readers, go with faith , you are twice armed.
Man in the Glass

When you get all you want and you struggle for self,
and the world makes you king for a day,

then go to the mirror and look at yourself
and see what that man has to say.

For it isn't your mother, your father or wife
whose judgment upon you must pass,

but the man whose verdict
counts most in your life
is the one staring back from the glass.

He's the fellow to please,
never mind all the rest.
For he's with you right to the end,

and you've passed your most difficult test
if the man in the glass is your friend.

You may be like Jack Horner
and "chisel" a plum,
And think you're a wonderful guy,

But the man in the glass says you're only a bum
If you can't look him straight in the eye.

You can fool the whole world,
down the highway of years,
and take pats on the back as you pass.

But your final reward will be heartache and tears
if you've cheated the man in the glass.

Makes you wonder what kind of

 mirrors are in the D.A.’s office
The jurors have ruled!

The contentious case of State vs.Tom Barrett has ended with a verdict of guilty.



Being  students of history, we leave you with some of our favorite Plato quotes:

People are like dirt. They can either nourish you and help you grow as a person or they can stunt your growth and make you wilt and die.

Dictatorship naturally arises out of democracy, and the most aggravated form of tyranny and slavery out of the most extreme liberty.

Ignorance, the root and stem of all evil

All the gold which is under or upon the earth is not enough to give in exchange for virtue

Love is the joy of the good, the wonder of the wise, the amazement of the Gods

We remind our readers that part of our mission is to illuminate the hidden workings of government that work against public interest

We leave you with the wise words of Martin Niemoller and links to Wikipedia to learn more about him:

First they came for the communists,and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.

Then they came for the socialists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a socialist.

Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.

Then they came for the Catholics,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Catholic.

Then they came for me,
and there was no one left to speak for me.

Click below :
Martin Niemöller